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A Case Study using demand and supply analysis The Irish housing market during the Celtic Tiger years Your economics assignment is to write an article on the Irish housing (residential property) market during the years of the Celtic Tiger (that is, before the property collapse and the recession). Using demand and supply analysis, write a short account of what happened in the Irish housing market during the late 1 sass/early sass, when average real house prices trebled.
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In this article, identify the factors that influenced the demand for and supply of housing. Explain why prices increased and support your claims with house price data (see below). Many of the key terms required for your article are sites here, including both demand-side and supply-side factors I. E. Reasons for changes in the demand for housing and the supply of housing. Note: The class discussion in tutorial 3 will give you some background material and information which should be helpful when writing the article.
Key Words/Terms Economics fundamentals, demand and supply-side factors, Celtic Tiger, increases in national income, employment numbers, demographics, population increase, natural increase (baby boom), migration and emigration, low interest/mortgage rates, cheap and plentiful credit, Euro membership, ann. lending, construction boom, urban planning and zoned land for development, building costs, property-related tax breaks for developers, soft landing, speculation, asset bubble, commercial property, rents Word limit No more than 2 typed pages, with a 800 word limit, and the option of one diagram (on third page).